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12 May 2021: Stephanie Barwise QC to join international panel at Fire Australia 2021

4th May 2021

Date
12/05/2021

Time
4:15 pm AEST

Location
International Convention Centre, Sydney NSW, Australia

Stephanie Barwise QC will participate in an international discussion panel for Fire Australia 2021, Australasia’s largest fire protection industry event, on Wednesday 12 May 2021.

Stephanie will be discussing “Grenfell and its implications” (link here) at the conference alongside Bronwyn Weir, Weir Consulting, Dame Judith Hackitt, chair of UK’s post-Grenfell Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety, and Nages Karuppiah, Senior Fire Safety Engineer of the Community Safety & Resilience Department South Australian Metropolitan Fire Service (SAMFS).

The session will be held at 4.15pm Sydney time (7.15am UK BST time).

About Fire Australia 2021

Fire Australia is the largest and most influential fire protection event in the Southern Hemisphere.

The three-day conference brings together some of the leading presenters and most up-to-date content, highlighting innovative solutions to the industry’s challenges, and showcasing an impressive array of new services and technology.

For more details on Fire Australia 2021 please click here.

To register for a free pass to the Women in Fire and the International Discussion panels click here.

 





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